Gluten Free Nutella Doughnuts & A Cookbook Giveaway!

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Nutella Doughnuts

I'm in Utah folks! Got in Salt Lake City yesterday afternoon and I'm heading to The Canyons Resort in Park City Utah where the Evo 10 Conference is held this year. To say that I am honored and stoked is putting it mildly. Yesterday as I was watching my inbox implode in between two planes, I just smiled and thought "breathe - take the travel time as a time out". I am looking forward to this week, complete with the workshop in Boulder. Work does pile up when you can't look! It's fine though. It's actually better than fine. It's impossible to complain when mixing work and play in such beautiful scenery as the mountains of Utah and Colorado.

Nutella Doughnuts

Before I left I treated B. to a couple of special treats and of course stocked the fridge and freezer. When I made these Nutella Doughnuts from Lorna's cookbook, The Newlywed Kitchen, they almost ended up being dinner. We just could not stop eating them. Pop. Pop. Pop. Oops... Tender, moist, tangy and filled with Nutella....the one thing we truly fight over in the kitchen. If you finish the jar and do not replace it, be ready to face a mini temper tantrum. And not necessarily from me...!

Nutella Doughnuts

Last week I raved about the simplicity of the Parmesan Roasted Asparagus Tomatoes and Eggs I made from her cookbook. Well, let me raved about how spending a little bit of time in front of the stove to fry these babies up was worth it. Ten times that even. The recipe comes together in no time and the size of the doughnuts makes them the perfect little bite to have after dinner or as a treat (but you won't stop at one, let me tell you that!). The oozing Nutella in the center? Literally the proverbial icing on the cake. Per-fect.

Sour Apples

I love drop doughnuts and the simplicity of Lorna's recipe makes them so easy to adapt gluten free. If you are afraid of deep drying. Fear no more. The temperature given for the oil is right on for these. They turn into perfect airy pockets with a slight tang coming from the ricotta and lemon zest. Love how the Nutella plays so well with the lemon zest. Just the right touch of it too. They are so good plain too. Filled with some strawberry jam I made last month. I even filled some with compote I made after the neighbors gifted me with a basket full of sour apples.

Nutella Doughnuts

Another successful bite from Lorna's book! And guess what? Today is your chance to get your hands on a copy to see and taste what I am talking about! That's right! Lorna is graciously giving away a copy of her book to one of you. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post (anonymous please sign a name) - between today Thursday June 24th and Sunday June 27th, midnight Easter time. A winner will be picked at random from the comment pool by my better half.


Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up

While in Salt Lake City I stayed with Maria and Josh, the team behind Two Peas And Their Pod and we are heading together to the conference, meeting up with Kristen, Katie, Amy and a whole bunch of people I'm thrilled to meet for the first time. Since this morning is pretty much the most quiet time I foresee for the rest of the week, I thought I'd post some snapshots of our "Bloggers Meet Up". I'll try to post snapshots of the conference, attendees and speakers as I go along.

Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up
Maria and Christie.

Maria organized a little get together for me and Christie from The Table Runner graciously hosted it at her beautiful home. We spent hours talking about life, blogging, food, kids and so much more. Made me go to bed with a full heart and a skip in my step. Thank you ladies for your generosity!

Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up
Group Shot

From left to right: Becky at Project Domestication, Barbara from Barbara Bakes, Maria from Two Peas and Their Pod, Brooke from Cheeky Kitchen, Holly from Phemomenon with baby Kayla, Bonnie from City Home Country Home, Dara from Cookin' Canuck, Becky from The Vintage Mixer and Chrisie from The Table Runner up front.

Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up
Dara.


Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up
Becky


Salt Lake City Bloggers Meet-Up
Jaime from Sophistimom makes the best Italian sodas....


Good luck in Lorna's cookbook giveaway!

Nutella Doughnuts


Nutella Doughnuts, courtesy and copyright Lorna Yee from "The Newlywed Kitchen" cookbook.

Makes about 14 doughnuts

Note: to adapt these gluten free, I replace the flour with 1/2 cup superfine sweet rice flour, 1/4 millet, 1/4 cup sorghum flour, and added 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum for a smooth dough.

3 large eggs
1/4 cup sugar
8 ounces whole-milk ricotta
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
Canola, vegetable, or peanut oil for frying
Powdered sugar for dusting doughnuts
1 cup Nutella

In a large mixing bowl, stir together the eggs, sugar, ricotta, salt, and vanilla extract. Add the flour and baking powder, and mix until just combined.

Heat 3 inches of the oil in a deep pot until it registers 375 degrees F on a deep-fat thermometer. Drop a tablespoon of batter into the oil and cook for about 3 minutes on one side, and 2 minutes on the other side. (Do not make the doughnuts much bigger, as the outside will brown too quickly and they won’t cook through.) Don’t overcrowd the pot--you will probably need to fry the doughnuts in three batches. Cut one doughnut open to make sure it’s cooked through before removing the rest of the batch from the oil. When the doughnuts are cooked, scoop them out and allow them to drain on paper towels. Repeat with remaining batter.

Dust the doughnuts with powdered sugar and pipe Nutella into the center of each one. These doughnuts are meant to be devoured warm out of the fryer, so make them just before you’re both ready to eat them.

Variation: Add 1 1/2 teaspoons grated lemon or orange zest to the dough and fill the doughnuts with your favorite jelly or lemon curd.

443 comments:

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Deborah said...

Gorgeous photos as usual and my grandkids would go nuts for these fried tidbits. Thanks for sharing.

anne-laure said...

Lorna's cookbook is really intriguing. I'd love to put my hands on it!

Jessica @ How Sweet said...

That is an absolutely fabulous looking donut! Nutella? I don't think it could get any better.

And the get together looks like a wonderful time! Have fun. :)

Aleina said...

Hi Tartelette,
I am enjoying your blog very much and would like to enter for giveaway!
Thanks!
Aleina

Ross said...

Donuts and nutella? Two great tastes that taste great together! I'll have to try it out!

A.J. Dub. said...

These sounds delicious and I am very interested in the cookbook even though I am no longer considered a newlywed(13 years and counting).

Crystal said...

Have fun! I keep Nutella in the house too -- my husband is more likely to snack on apples if it's there :)

Joni said...

The doughnuts sound great. I'd love to win this cookbook.

Usagi said...

I often visit your blog, but I am not comment type of person. But your doughnuts remember me "caluski" - sweet doughnuts-like cookies, that I was eating as a child. It's hard to find them this days.
Yours look soo yummy, mmm...
Greetings from Poland.

Yolanda said...

Thanks for the opportunity to win Lorna's cookbook!

Shaina said...

This looks like so much fun! I'm sad to miss EVO, but I can't wait to meet you next week for the Food & Light Workshop!

Team Vang said...

These look simply delicious...and dangerous too!

I would love to get my hands on a copy of "The Newlywed Kitchen"!

Sara said...

Gorgeous doughnuts! Those looks pretty amazing! :) Love your photos too.

pastrywitch said...

Fried dough and Nutella? Count me in.

Garrett said...

Oh my these do look delicious. =)

Nahieli said...

These doughnuts look delicious! I'd love the book!

Maria said...

What a fantastic cookbook. Your photos are stunning.

Thanks for staying with us. It is our pleasure to have you in our home. We hope you enjoy your time in Utah. I am glad you had fun at the party. You will have to come back and party with the Utah food bloggers again!

Misty said...

Oooh, donuts! And a cookbook for a newlywed is a nice treat. I just got married on May 29!

Barbara Bakes said...

I would love to make a meal out of these too. It was so nice to meet you last night. Good luck at the conference. Wish I could hear your presentation.

Georgia Pellegrini said...

Alright, that's it. I can't keep ignoring these beautiful donut recipes. I'm making these asap :)

Julie @ Willow Bird Baking said...

Mmmm these doughnuts sound amazing; I know my boyfriend would sincerely appreciate that dollop of nutella in there, as would I! Lovely that you had fun at the backyard get-together -- I see some familiar faces there!

gfe--gluten free easily said...

Wow, just incredible, Helen, all of it! I'd love one of those amazing little doughnuts about now (mid-afternoon slump period!). It looks like you all had the loveliest time and you have much more fun and excitement ahead of you at EVO. That sounds like a wonderful cookbook indeed. Thanks for the chance to win it!

Shirley

Emily R. said...

Oh those doughnuts look so yummy! Shaun's here in Atlanta does something very similar, calls them Zeppoles and serves with homemade caramel and chocolate sauces.

soft coeur said...

oh i would love to win! thanks for hosting :)

Karen Marie said...

Yummy - to say the least! Just looking at those doughnuts makes me want to up and leave work immediately so I can go home and make some. Thanks for sharing!

JelliDonut said...

My son will love these donuts. He's about to be a dad for the first time. I will make him these donuts to celebrate. Thanks, and thanks for the giveaway.

Cookin' Canuck said...

Helen, it was lovely to meet you. It was great to get to know you a little. Thank you for being so generous with your knowledge and opinions.

These nutella doughnuts look outrageously good! I would love to have a copy of this cookbook.

Josh & Brandi said...

This is my first time on your blog and it is just beautiful! your blog is very refreshing and your photos are really lovely! I am surely going to be making those doughnuts this weekend! I love nutella!

Kathleen said...

Enjoy your trip! It looks like so much fun. Of course, anything with Nutella has got to be good!!!
- Kathleen

Emily said...

You pictures are lovely and the dounts sinful.

Snooky doodle said...

wow what a nice posts. those doughnuts with nutella made me crave something yummy. What a great idea a get together wish I was there too :)

Debbie said...

I don't have a deep fryer, but these babies look really good, like a little nutella surprise inside!

Sheena said...

nutella doughnuts! just when you think doughnuts can't get any better. wait, i never thought that. my motto in life "nutella makes everything better."

Kat said...

my fingers are crossed! thanks for the chance!

amy said...

my dad is celiac so i love that you have the gluten free adaptation.

i'm going to make these for his birthday.

Nita said...

hmmm...nutella - these look absolutely delicious, can't wait to try them! it would be the first time I'm making doughnuts and this seems like a perfect start

The Boob Nazi said...

Sorry it's so hot here in Utah for you!

Catie said...

Wow, this recipe looks amazing. I have just started exploring gluten free cooking/baking and I have to say your blog has been tremendously inspiring. -Catherine

Carla said...

You had me at Nutella...

Rachael said...

I really enjoy perusing the recipes you post. I can't wait to try some! The cookbook sounds like an excellent one to have around!

Lawyer Loves Lunch said...

How have I never heard of Nutella doughnuts before? I feel like my life has been incomplete thus far. I really, really, really hope I win the cookbook so I can make these doughnuts :)

Anonymous said...

The doughnuts look great! And I made the eggs, asparagus, and tomatoes with parmesan the other night and that was good too, so I'd love to enter to win the book.
Suzanne Robinson

Carol Jardim said...

I would so love that! I'm not from US, is that ok?
Love your blog, by the way!

Carol Jardim
[[www.caroljardim.com/gengibre]]

m said...

Oh man, the possibilities with nutella and fried dough! These look awesome.

Debb Bee said...

Imagine all the delicious fillings to pipe inside these little beauties…lemon cream…currant jam…orange spice jelly…blueberry preserves…fill in the blank_______! I can’t wait to try this Helen, thank you so much. Debb Bee

laura b. said...

Both of these recipes sound delicious! As a newlywed myself, I know I would love this cookbook!

Edana said...

Ooh, I want a cookbook! Those look delicious...it could be dangerous if I ever get my hands on a deep fryer!

Maggie Rose said...

I just found Lorna via Twitter and have been wanting to get her book! Would love a chance to win and try these out myself (we're suckers for Nutella too!)

my email: maggie@maggieroseonline.com

hspruitt said...

I would love to win a copy of Lorna's cookbook. Thanks!

hspruitt (at) juno Dot com

Caroline said...

I've been trying to find the perfect donut recipe forever! The cookbook sounds fantastic!

Katrina said...

Since I found you a couple of months ago, I want to thank you, my family thanks you and my co-workers thank you! You have brought much needed inspiration and joy into my gluten-free baking. Now if I can only get the macarons off the parchment paper without sticking...

sarahe said...

these look wonderful! i think i may need to try the G-free thing...

Katrina said...

Since I found you 2 months ago I want to thank you for the inspiration and joy in gluten-free baking. My family thanks you for my happy heart and all of the trials put forth, and my co-workers thank you for new treats that make their way to work. Baking has become fun again!

Shay said...

Those doughnuts look so good!! I would have to fill them jam though, not a huge nutella fan. :)

Jeanne said...

Yes, I'm one of those who are afraid of deep frying. But these look so tempting that I just may have to face my fear!

Rachel said...

As much as I adore doughnuts, I've never made them - it's that ingrained fear of the vat of boiling oil. But these are so tempting, and you did include the sweet reassurances about the deep frying process. Now I might have to bite the bullet and do it.

OakMonster said...

/falls over

Yummmmmm

Aubrey said...

Nutella donuts? I've died and gone to heaven! THanks!!!

Cindystar said...

wonderful nutella
wonderful donuts
wonderful ladies
wonderful soda
wonderful giveaway
what else?

good luck to everybody & fingers crossed!

Anonymous said...

Great recipe ;) Thanks for sharing, I'm gonna make then this weekend ;)


Megle23

pbxmakesfour said...

This recipe may be worth conquering a fear of deep frying.
Love to have the book

Patty said...

I've never made doughnuts before, I might have to try this!

Angie said...

Nutella + doughnuts = amazing (:

angelilee91@gmail dot com

ash_6865 said...

Thanks for the gluten free recipes,will definitely try this one. Doughnut & nutella - what fun.

Anonymous said...

Lorna's cookbook sounds awesome and nutella donuts look so yummy! I would love to have a copy.
Thank you for the oppurtunity!
Dee Newlon
newlon@charter.net

theeclecticconnoisseur said...

I will have to make these doughnuts for my husband as he adores Nutella. Looks like y'all are having a great time. Enjoy that fresh mountain air! ~ Ashley

Hanna said...

Yum!

Lex said...

What I want to know is what is purple in the background of the Italian sodas, the stuff in those souffle dishes? It looks really interesting!

jessicajlee said...

These look amazing! I bet my girls would love 'em. Though they like doughnuts no matter what...

snackpig said...

seriously, these donuts look amazing! i wouldn't have any left to take a pic of if i were making them.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for posting the recipe and your gluten free version. Will definitely make those for this week-end...wondered if Homer Simpson had those doughnuts before!

msq from mymudcake@hotmail.com

Stacy (Little Blue Hen) said...

I found Lorna through Twitter and her Meatless Week endeavor; I've been intrigued by her cookbook since! The doughnuts look amazing, but I think that it's best for everyone involved if I stay scared of deep frying. =)

Lisa@The Cutting Edge of Ordinary said...

Nutella is probably one of my most favorite things on earth! Love this recipe!

Kari said...

Oh, how I love Nutella! I love to make waffles and spread it on top. Now THAT is dinner.

Ksenia said...

These sound so good I am going to make them this weekend! And I just love the gluten free options in your blog - it really does widen my repertoire. Thanks!

LSS said...

I'd love a chance to win Lorna's book! Thanks!

Pastry Girl said...

ooh! I haven't done donuts in a reeeally long time but these look non-intimidating and super delish!! And of course, anything with nutella can't go wrong :)

Molly said...

Nutella = food of the Gods!

pam said...

love this post! super love nutella doughnuts!!

Nive said...

Thank you very much for the cookbook giveaway...I would love to get it...ur blog is very colorful and the pics are really attractive...

ramvinayak_81@rediffmail.com

miss fox said...

Ever since I saw a photo of her Bourbon Glazed BBQ Ribs I have been utterly dreaming/dying/yearning to get my hands on a copy of her book.

Thank you for constantly providing a source for amazing culinary ideas.

Thank you!

Erica said...

These donuts look INSANE! I am so going to try out this recipe!
www.poolovesboo.blogspot.com

Melissa said...

Thanks for the chance! I am excited

Amy I. said...

I've been coveting Lorna's book and would be so thrilled to have a copy! The donuts look divine... safe travels!

Josh and Gloriana said...

oh my...donuts plus nutella- can it get any better than that? mais non!

babyjenks said...

i've heard so much about that cookbook! now i really want to look at it, if it's that easy to adapt things to be gf! i've got to make those donuts!

thanks for posting about gf adaptations, it makes cooking easier for those of us with gf loved ones.

~ s-j

Mandy said...

I'd love to win! Sounds like a great cookbook! :D

bqualley said...

I can't wait to try this recipe. My DIL is from Tasmania and has this 'thing' about Nutella. Go figure! Who doesn't!! Then there is her occasional need for gluten-free foods. These will hit the mark TWICE in this family.

Michael Toa said...

I love nutella and I love doughnut. So, it's definitely a yes from me. I always enjoy reading your blog posts and looking at the beautiful pictures. Have a great day.

Paola said...

Hi Helen, so nice of you to still post this in the middle of having so much going on. The doughnuts look so delicious and I just can't resist "little" stuff, I'll definitely be making these. BTW I read your blog religiously but for whatever reason I've never posted a comment, well the chance of getting "lucky" talked me into it today.

CindyRex said...

These look delicious, and I would love to win a copy of the cookbook!

Pilar said...

The book sounds so good, I would love to have it.
Nice pictures as always!

edina said...

oh boy...donuts AND nutella? {swoon}

Jenny said...

These donut holes look divine! Your posts have been fabulous lately! Keep it up!

Alex said...

Those doughnuts look amazing!!! And leaving a comment for the cookbook giveaway. :) Thank you!

Jenny said...

These donut holes look divine!

Anonymous said...

ohh goodness. i don't think i can resist such a treat! :-)

kathryn.hankins@gmail.com

Catie said...

My husband has been begging me to make donuts for years. Yours look absolutely amazing!

Please enter me in the draw for the cookbook - it looks like there is so much inspiration to be had from it.

Victoria said...

Love donuts. Thanks for the gf version also. I have to make yet another adaptation: make it dairy-free for my daughters.

Heather said...

Those doughnuts look amazing! I am making some tonight!

♥peachkins♥ said...

my daughter would finish those instantly! She loves nutella and donuts and combined, she'd go crazy!

keri said...

these look delicious! i think i'll make some this weekend!

jill elise said...

Oof these look so good!

Anonymous said...

I've heard so many good things about this cookbook! The get-together looks like it was fun. Your pictures look lovely, as usual.
Stephanie

rudie2shoes said...

Those doughnuts look great!

Anonymous said...

The recipe and book look amazing.

Thanks,
Jen Warren
jen@hotmop.com

Anonymous said...

I love nutella! These look delish!~Natalie
natalie@kemp.tv

Jenny said...

I just saw a two pack of Nutella at Costco and was desperately trying to think of a reason to buy them. Thanks to you, I'm making another trip to Costco!
I'd love to add this cookbook to my collection.

LibraryLady said...

I cannot wait to try these ... Thanks for sharing!

Bettina said...

your photos are absolutely gorgeous!!

also, nutella is delicious with almost everything :)

Kathryn said...

Oh man. Nutella donuts. You have answered the call from deep within my sweets-starved belly. This will be the first thing I make in my new apartment...ha, as soon as I unpack my kitchen gear. Thanks for the giveaway, and safe travels to you!

Lori said...

What nice little morsels. Nutella is always lovely in my book.

How fun getting together with all the bloggers that I would love to meet.

Britney said...

these sound perfectly wonderful alongside some coffee.

Shawna said...

Oh how I would love one of these right now, not to mention that fabulous book! Thanks!

Nads' Bakery said...

Nutella sure has been a trend these days. They look scrumptious!

Steph said...

These look delicious!

Anonymous said...

nutella anything is awesome! :) nothing beats the hazelnut-chocolate connection!!

mw2661@gmail.com

Jessie said...

Thank-you for creating and sharing your delicious blog!!

Randi Lynne said...

I would <3 a copy of the book!

Susie said...

I've never made donuts and always wanted to... and Nutella?! Oh wow.

lindsey said...

these look amazing!

jacqui said...

I'm not the biggest doughnut fan, but you can put Nutella on anything and I will eat it, yum!

CookTeen said...

Nutella doughnuts! HOLY YUM!! These loook outrageous! Absolutely love love love your blog and pictures! I wish mine looked that pretty!!

With love and cupcakes,
CookTeen

Me said...

I live in Salt Lake but am currently not there. I'm a little star struck that you are in my town. ;) It would be perfect to get the cookbook now.

Michelle @ Brown Eyed Baker said...

Lovely doughnuts and what a fabulous get together! So wish I could have been there!

Bonnie said...

I would love this cook book and to be able to make these lovely donuts.

It was wonderful to meet you. Thank you for so generously sharing your knowledge and yourself with us. A lovely time was had by all of us. Wish I was attending the conference and your presentation.

Utopicconfections said...

Your pictures look great--looks like you are having a lot of fun meeting new people. Your donuts look yummy too. :)
Utopicconfections

Diana said...

LOVE nutella
LOVE donuts
and LOVEEEEE your blog and gorgeous photos!

Rachel J. said...

Doughnuts are the perfect dinner food.

Susan @ SGCC said...

Hope you're having a fabulous time! I wish I could be with you all for the workshop. It just wasn't in the cards for me this time. Hugs to all of you. I know it will be great!

Stacy said...

Looks wonderful! I hope I win. :) Thanks for the opportunity!

Dana said...

Yum-nutella!

Alice said...

I'd love a chance to win Lorna's book. Those donuts look delicious!! How can I resist??

JC said...
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JC said...

Hi! This is Jennifer from Taiwan! This is the first time I leave a message here and clearly it is for the book! (haha~) Actually, I have been a huge fan of yours and After seeing your last article talking about the cookbook, I asked my mom who lives in Canada to buy one for me since I can not get one here in Taiwan! I love your words and photos in this blog and really enjoy them a lot!

jenniferchen0531@gmail.com

penny nelson said...

I am afraid of frying stuff like donuts but you are tempting me. Thanks for the chance to win.

alexia said...

I've never tried making doughnuts before and this looks really yummy! You have totally inspired me to start making my first batch of doughnuts

Gale Reeves said...

Thanks for the cookbook give away. One can never have too many books! Your photography is so very pleasing, calm, comforting....all adding to the desire to devour that which is photographed.

Ann said...

Cookbook!

BellaDonna said...

Oh I hope I win! When I first saw the Parmesan Roasted Asparagus, Tomatoes and Eggs recipe I was intrigued to see the rest of the recipes in Lorna's The Newlywed Kitchen and now after seeing the Nutella Doughnut recipe with ricotta and lemon zest (yum!), I must own it!

So pretty please pick me, I will definitely put that lovely book to good use :)

Rachel said...

My friend was all smiles about this cookbook! While I'm not a newly-wed, I have a few friends who are, with whom I'd love to share this book and its delicious recipes. I mean, who could resist nutella doughnuts?

Cristie said...

Helen,
What a complete joy it was to have you in our home and garden. Thank you for spending an evening sharing time with a few of the good women of the Utah Food Blogging world. You are such a REAL person. Best to you as you work your way though all those recipes, pictures and dishes!
Best to you-
Cristie, The Table Runner

ben said...

looks delicious! thanks for the contest

Gina said...

Gluten-free AND Nutella? I'm in Heaven!

Dr. Jean Layton-GFDoctor said...

Nutella is one of my daughters favorite foods. Thank goodness it is gluten free. I will have to make these donuts to welcome them home from girl scout camp.

Banannas said...

Love the idea of lemon and nutella together!

Alexandra said...

Oh nutella...give me a spoon and a jar of it and im happy :]

The Duo Dishes said...

Of course if these are on a platter, they'll be gone in minutes!

Kendall said...

My feelings would best be expressed in a monologue from the made for TV move "Paper Dolls" starring Daryl Hannah and the strapping Mr. Craig T. Nelson.

Do you think I'm pretty Ricky? Try to see past all the feathers and the sparkles and the capped teeth. Am I pretty? Look at your little doll now, huh Ricky? Sure you can put makeup on me and spray me with your fancy shmancy French perfumes, but I'm dead inside, Ricky, don't you see? And no perfume is going to cover that up Ricky! I'm dying inside Ricky! and I stink! I stink! I stink!


(Yanked from Saturday Night Live with Molly Shannon as the fabulous Mary Katherine Gallagher.....SUPERSTAR!!!)

P.S. DOUGHNUTS?! NUTELLA?!?! BRILLIANT!

Danielle said...

I can't wait to make those donuts.

Emac said...

They look delish. Hopefully they are easy to make. Would love to win the cookbook and try this recipe.

Sarah said...

Great photos, as always! I love the rustic backgrounds you have for so many of your photos: slate, old wooden tables, antiques. I'll definitely try these sometime!

Anonymous said...

Every Saturday, I go to my local farmers market for fresh donuts. You've inspired me to make my own!

Alanna

cris.gomez said...

Nutella is one of the best inventions ever!
I used to eat it from the jar with a spoon as a kid...
Your recipe looks yummy :)

Michele said...

My brother in law is obsessed with nutella. I'm definitely making these next time they come over!

Liz said...

Nutella and doughnuts, two of my favorite things! These sound incredible.

Anonymous said...

I just had my first jar of Nutella a few weeks ago. Who knew?! That's some good stuff! I can't even imagine Nutella donuts!

mseaoshea@aol.com

Rachel said...

Those look delicious! I can't wait to try that recipe out (and hopefully more from that awesome cookbook ;] )

Jas. said...

Delicious! Ricotto in donuts, who would have thought! Look like a lovely get together with fellow bloggers and friends.

Janicetan said...

Looks great(: Sounds like a delicious dessert :D

Jenna said...

What a tempting treat! I think the cookbook is going to make its way to my wish list! :) (though hopefully I can win one!)
Hope you enjoy your travels!!
Jenna

Anonymous said...

I NEED to start making my own doughnuts soon. I've been seeing them around so much these days.

-Jayne-
jayne.leepj [at] gmail [dot] com

ginger said...

Who can resist donuts with Nutella! Nutella is a tasty treat so many people love - and sound perfect for bite sized donuts! Yum!

emonster said...

I've had a bit of a baking dry spell since my son was born almost 15 weeks ago -- this recipe (and the cookbook) may mark the end of that!

saveMeEHJeBus said...

i love doughnuts & nutella! have fun & I hope i win <3

Alice T said...

Lovely. Your posts and photos are a regular treat for me throughout the week.

fragolina said...

great pictures, great people. these nutella doughnuts looks amazing. nutella is just the perfect spread for everything.this book will be a great gift. thank you.

Nags said...

oooh that oozing nutella.. yum!

angela said...

gluten free doughnuts, i can't wait to make them for my gluten-intolerant friend Min. Book looks lovely too

sillianah said...

ooh i'm not a huge doughnut fan but w/ nutella? yummm... i'd love to try the recipes in this cookbook w/ my hubby - we just celebrated one year of newlywed bliss! =)

Julia said...

oh yum! those look fabulous!

anna said...

Thanks for glutenfree recipe. I love donught but when I discovered my coeliac disease I
have not eaten donught. Sorry for my english! :D
Bye Anna

wendyywy @ Table for 2 or more..... said...

Who doesn't love nutella???
I super don't hate it :)

Maryvonne said...

I would love to try it myself, and than I would need the book, don't I

Amy said...

I love Nutella! Will definitely try these donuts soon. Thanks for the recipe. The book sound interesting and fun. Hope I'll have the luck to win it. ^^

cestlavietlb said...

Ooooo Nutella. I don't buy it. If I do, I sit and eat the whole jar; by itself. It never even makes it to toast! These look delightful!
I'm planning on getting a copy of the book anyway for my sister who's getting married next year; but I wouldn't mind my own copy!

Elise said...

Yum! Would like to join!

Martita said...

yumm! those look good :) at first i thought "if i freeze the treats i cook, i will be able to control my intake". Now i just realized its a very easy way of ALWAYS having treats available... hehe. still, worth it!

Ellemay said...

Yes please??!!

Ruchi M said...

I teach little kids how to cook and bake... and this will be their next recipe sheet! I am sure this will be as much fun for them to bake as it is to eat!!!!

Ratna said...

Oh, I just made some donuts too last weekend. And I tried to bake them (for a healthier treat). They were gooooood. The fried version is still better though. :) I frosted them with sugar icing and coconut flakes.

Monique (SA) said...

Ooh, now wouldn't this cookbook be great for my husband and I. We've been married just over a year and are still mainly cooking his mom's and my mom's meals.

These donuts look divine - must try them soon!

Enjoy the conference!

Delphine said...

Pretty pictures, as always ! And the book looks so cute, i'm in ;)

Vincent said...

Love the photos, love the doughnuts, & love the books. Finally, hope to win. xxx

Nicole said...

Since David Lebovitz's blog introduced me to Speculoos à Tartiner, it has replaced Nutella's place in my heart!!

Still....perfect for a doughnut filling! Thanks for the GF recipe. They're always appreciated.

Would love to get my hands on the cookbook, too!

Christine said...

Hi

Would definitely try out this doughnut recipe as my husband loves doughnut. Would love to try out the rest of the recipes from the cookbook = )

Blessings
Christine

Christine said...

Hi

Can't wait to try this doughnut recipe as my husband loves doughnut ! Nutella.. a bonus = )

Would love to try out the rest of the recipes in the cookbook.

Thank you for the chance to win the cookbook.

Blessings
Christine

Michelle said...

I've had a jar of Slitti chocolate-hazelnut spread in my pantry since I returned from Italy last September. Unopened! It's time to break it out.

Frances said...

oh my oh my oh my... would LOVE LOVE LOVE Lorna's cookbook:)

and i love your blog. eeks totally inspiring. just bought a rectangular tart pan like yours!

Karen Oettl said...

I personally love the idea of newlywed cooking - time spent in the kitchen is one of the best ways to truly know your significant other - I would definitely do it more if my husband wasn't so territorial in the kitchen :)

queencake and titangirl said...

love the photos, love the nutella and would luuuuuuvvvvv to have the book:)best from berlin,anja

aandara said...

Nutella doughnuys, uhnmmm so yummy, i love to have Lornas cookbook

Zizi said...

I'm speechless about Lorna's cookbook... OK, I can say one word: BEAUTIFUL. And your photos too, Helen!

Anonymous said...

two of my most favorite things combined in one!!!aaaaaaaaaaaawy ;) thanks for the recipe ;)

and i soooooo want that book ;) lol
pick me pick meeee;)
pretty please ;)

Julija's pix on flickr

adli said...

nutella on anything! Emmm!!! nyum!!

and, on the verge of being desperate; Me, me, me!! pick me! pIck ME!! ..haha.. :)

Miranda said...

These look SO wonderful!

aspengirl said...

mmm...nutella, how can you go wrong!

Maggie said...

Nutella! Nutella! Nutella!

Very pretty.

oneordinaryday said...

The photos look delicious. Wish I had some nutella in the pantry!

You all look like you had a wonderful time together. How fun to get to meet other bloggers in person.

Jennifer said...

Those doughnuts look delicious! I'll have to try making them very soon!

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